A payment arrangement gives qualified customers extra time to pay past due or the total balance on their account. Payment arrangements are scheduled payments that automatically process on the date selected with a selected payment method.
The process is easy and helps keep your account protected, but remember past due payments may be subject to late fees. If your account is past due:
A message will display if you are able to establish a payment arrangement.
If your account does not qualify for a payment arrangement you will not be able to select a date other than today.
No. Any past due balance paid after the due date may be subject to late fees.
Yes, a payment arrangement that remains open and in good standing will prevent further collection activity. If a payment arrangement is cancelled or is unsuccessful, the account will be subject to collection activities.
You can modify or cancel your payment arrangement up to one day prior to the scheduled processing date. Modifying or cancelling your payment arrangement may change your eligibility. That change in eligibility may prevent you from setting up a new payment arrangement. Learn more about modifying or cancelling a payment arrangement.
No. If you make a separate payment it will not cancel or change your existing payment arrangement. In fact, it could result in a duplicate payment, so please be aware of all schedule payments or payment arrangements on your account.
If you create a payment arrangement and your account is currently enrolled in AutoPay, AutoPay will be put on hold. Once your payment arrangement closes, your AutoPay will resume.
No. You cannot have a Payment Arrangements and Flexible Weekly Payments with AutoPay at the same time. You can set up Flexible Weekly Payments with AutoPay once you have paid your payment arrangement in full. Click here to learn more.